Active Inquiry presents The Boundary

Thursday 16th - Saturday 18th June 2022
£8/ £5 concession

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Active Inquiry presents The Boundary
by Duncan Kidd

At the start of 1920, Leith and Edinburgh were separate places…

1920. The residents of a block of tenement flats on the border between Leith and Edinburgh go about their daily business on the backgreen; hanging out washing, filling the coal scuttle, queuing for the cludgie – and occasionally acting out news stories from the Leith Observer. Can they make sense of all the politics at play?

Marking a hundred (and two!) years since the Edinburgh Tramways and Extension Bill, The Boundary explores the amalgamation of Leith into Edinburgh in 1920. We are sorry if material and jokes about trams and referendums on independence have no relevance today…

Thursday 16th June 7pm (SOLD OUT)
Friday 17th June 6pm (SOLD OUT) & 8pm
Saturday 18th June 7pm (SOLD OUT)

Licensed cafe open 30 minutes before show.

 

Active Inquiry are an arts company committed to creating exciting new theatre and arts projects with and for communities.

Part of this year’s Leith Festival Programme

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